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Lesvos and Chios for Traveling Students

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I am planning a trip with a group of university literature students in May - June 2013. We will be reading English and American authors' works on Greece and Turkey as we travel. We are going to spend a few days in Athens, but after that I'm not sure whether to take them to Izmir via Rhodes (where I know there are a lot of architectural and historical sites to visit) or via Lesvos and Chios (the ferry to Cesmes). I have looked at a number of guides and realize that Lesvos and Chios have a number of museums, castles, and antiquities to visit, but does anyone know whether those historical attractions are significant enough to engage our group for two or three days per island? Are there particular sites you would recommend, or are we better off taking the road more traveled to Rhodes?

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